动词过去式:tableted 过去分词:tableted 现在分词:tableting 第三人称单数:tablets
-et 具有“缩小”意义的名词字尾 变化型 -ette
1 slab or panel with words cut or written on it, esp one fixed to a wall as a memorial 碑, 牌, 匾额（尤指固定于墙上作纪念的）.
2 small measured amount of medicine compressed into a solid form; pill 药片; 药丸
*Take two of the tablets three times daily before meals. 每日三次, 每次两片, 饭前服用.
3 small flattish bar of soap, etc （肥皂等的）块.
1300-1400; Language: Old French;Origin:
tablete, from table]
a small round hard piece of medicine which you swallow
= pill She took a couple of headache tablets .vitamin/sleeping/indigestion etc tablet
a small hard piece of a substance, especially one that dissolves
in water water purification tablets
a flat piece of stone or clay with words cut into it, for example above someone's gravebe written/set/cast in tablets of stoneBrE
used to say that something does not change The programme should not be set in tablets of stone, but improved continuously.AmE
a set of pieces of paper for writing on that are glued together at the top
British Equivalent: pad